How traditional foods can benefit from smarter packaging
Many traditional foods from around the world are packaged using similarly ‘traditional’ methods and while this can add to the aesthetic value of a product, it is not always what is best for the storage of the food. If you manufacture a type of traditional food it can be a great idea to look into contemporary packaging. Here are five foods from around the world that can benefit from better packaging.
France is famous for its baked goods from macarons and croissants to palmiers and canelés. And while these treats are truly superb when fresh, they lose much of their magic if they are allowed to dry out. That’s why it can be so vital to choose the correct packaging for them. It is important that the packaging is both as air-tight as is practical, but also clear to show off the good looks of the product.
You can’t make a great paella without high quality paella rice. Undoubtedly one of Spain’s premier national dishes, paella allows spices and flavours to infuse within the rice for a rich and flavourful meal. But without the right rice, it can be easy to get paella wrong. If you produce paella rice it is important to get the right kind of packaging to ensure it reaches customers in the best possible condition. Get this wrong and the results can be disappointing, leading them to avoid your products in future.
Poland is now becoming better known for its food, which has left many producers in a position to start marketing the products around the world. From the doughnut-like paczki and sweet babka cake to cured spicy sausage and filled dumplings known as pierogi, the range of different food items is enormous.